This cozy property is made up of two buildings connected to each other by an interior patio and with direct access from the street each of them. It is the result of the rehabilitation of an old farmhouse, its haystack and the stable area.
They are stone and adobe constructions reformed 12 years ago respecting the original structure that has been reinforced inside with brick walls and an iron and concrete covering lined with clay tiles. In the interior decoration, first-rate Soriano pine wood has been used. quality.
In total it has 314 m² built and a patio of 85 m². One of the houses has 163 m² built distributed over 3 floors that house the entrance hall, a pleasant living room with a fireplace, kitchen, toilet and access to the patio and cellar on the ground floor; the first floor houses 3 bedrooms, one of them with bathroom and one more bathroom shared by the two bedrooms. The old loft on the 3rd floor, with sloping ceilings, houses a bright study-living room and a bathroom; It preserves the old portholes that provide natural light and beautiful views.
The house built in the old haystack has 151 m² on two floors. Ground floor is an open space that houses the living area with fireplace, dining room and integrated kitchen as well as access to the backyard; the upper floor has two bedrooms with bathrooms.
They have an original heating system with a heat recuperator in the fireplace in the main living room, which makes the rooms on the upper floor a glory.
The patio that the two buildings share and unite is an 85 m² space with a small porch-gazebo and access to the boiler room and fuel tank.
The town in which this property is located belongs to the municipality of San Esteban de Gormaz, surrounded by a special nature that offers attractive activities: next to the bed of the Pedro river, it has a special pine forest for mycology lovers, a hunting ground for the town and special places such as the Lobos River Canyon, the Burgo de Osma or Ayllón in its surroundings.
The property is 150 km. from Madrid and 23 km. from the Burgo de Osma.